Preacher's Massacre: The First Mountain Man
William W. Johnstone & J. A. Johnstone
Pinnacle, 2012 (2012)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
reacher's back for another action packed western adventure in this latest addition to the
First Mountain Man
series. Preacher has joined Wiley Courtland who is delivering horses to the American Fur Company at Fort Gifford. He's never heard of the fort on the Missouri River, but Preacher is ready for a change of scenery so he signs on for the trip.
n course, the trail runs through territory controlled by the Blackfoot tribe and Preacher's old adversary Red Knife. The trip to Fort Gifford is far from being a cakewalk, but Preacher and the horse traders make it only to discover their problems, are just beginning.
he beautiful wife of the fort's commander is more than just delighted to greet the strangers. Her wandering eye adds a complication to what is already a volatile situation. With Red Knife and his warriors laying siege to the compound and internal problems fueled by jealousy, all hell breaks out at Fort Gifford.
n act of wanton treachery leads to a massacre and now Preacher is bent on seeking revenge as he sets out to deal with his enemies and settle some old scores.
ooking for a good, old fashioned, western novel? Well, look no further! Preacher's latest adventure has all the elements that makes this time-tested genre so popular.
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